Physical examination is the medical examination of the subject through medical means and methods to understand the health status of the subject and discover hidden health problems, which is an effective means to protect health.

Why is it necessary to have regular health check-ups?

The research report of the World Health Organization shows that one-third of human diseases can be effectively controlled through early detection.

And one-third of diseases can be guided for treatment and improved efficacy through the information feedback obtained from health checkups.

Health checkups will become one of the most important means to prevent early diseases, scientific, regular, and effective "health checkups" can achieve early detection and early treatment.

1. Routine blood test: Through blood collection and testing, we can check whether the blood cells and other components of the blood, such as blood lipids, meet the standards, determine the nutritional status, part of the immune function, blood coagulation function, etc., and then determine whether the subject has certain diseases.

2. Ultrasound examination of liver, gallbladder, and pancreas: it has important diagnostic value for the morphology of liver, liver and gallbladder tumors, gallbladder stones, etc.

3. Ultrasound of the uterus and adnexa in women can check whether there are fibroids in the uterus and whether there are lesions in the adnexa.

4. Routine urine examination: urine examination, mainly to understand whether there are infections, tumors, and other problems in the urinary system.

5. Chest X-ray: X-ray fluoroscopy of the chest cavity, mainly to check the chest and lung situation, especially for early lung tumors, which is the best primary means.

6. Mammography: Checking the condition of the breast and screening for breast diseases, especially breast tumors.

7. Internal medicine: check the internal organs for lesions by touching and listening.

8. Surgery: check the five senses, hearing, body growth, etc.

9. Gynecology: through examination and laboratory tests, to find out whether there are gynecological lesions.

People under 30 years old have a high incidence of hepatitis, lung infections, urinary tract infections, upper gastrointestinal tract, and other diseases.

This age group is recommended to check liver function, hepatitis B five items, and chest X-ray.

And attention should also be paid to changes in weight, as some chronic diseases are already budding at this time.

People between the ages of 40 and 50 have seen a significant decline in health, and the focus of the examination at this time is fatty liver, hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, and cervical spondylosis.

In addition to the routine items of physical examination, attention should be paid to blood lipids, blood sugar, electrocardiogram, abdominal ultrasound, and cervical spine examination.

Men need to check the prostate, and women need to check the ovaries, uterus, and breasts.

Elderly people aged 50 to 60 or above generally have some chronic diseases, regardless of how well their conditions are controlled.

They should still undergo regular follow-ups and examinations of their diseases.

For example, diabetic patients should be carefully observed for the occurrence of comorbidities, hepatitis B patients should have their liver ultrasound checked every six months, and a gastroscopy should be done once a year for patients with stomach diseases.

The interval of regular checkups also varies from person to person. Young people should have one checkup per year.

Adults, in general, should have two checkups per year, elderly people and high-risk groups should have two to three checkups per year, and patients with chronic diseases should be examined according to the time suggested to patients and their conditions.

For the sake of your health, please have a regular physical examination.